Pakistan has de-listed more than 4000 international terrorists
In a strong statement highlighting Pakistan’s role in supporting terrorism, India has told the United Nations human rights council that Islamabad has de-listed 4000 international terrorists and continues to be a safe haven for terrorist.
India’s first secretary to United Nations in Geneva, Pawan Badhe said, “full-scale training camps and launchpads of terrorists are being escalated in Pakistan Occupied parts of Indian Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh at great expense for sustaining cross border terrorism against India.”
Explaining, “It’s not without reason that Pakistan remains a safe harbour for terrorists. While the world is busy combatting Covid-19 pandemic, Pakistan hoodwinks the world to allow delisting more than 4000 proscribed terrorists to sustain its terror ecosystem.”
The statement comes even as Pakistan’s fate will be decided at Financial Action Task Force or FATF in October, where it remains on the grey list. Failing to full fill its anti-terror commitments means, it could be blacklisted next month.
Indian diplomat pointed to how the country is changing the demographics of Pakistan occupied Kashmir where he said, “Pakistan’s deceit and hypocrisy is best demonstrated when it orchestrated mass influx to Pakistan Occupied parts of Indian Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh through discriminatory domicile laws”.
Adding, “Its baffling that there are 3 outsiders for every 4 in Pakistan Occupied parts of Indian Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh” and cited imprisonment of political activist like baba jan for raising voice.
The comments assume significance as Pakistan plans to declare Pakistan occupied Kashmir’s Gilgit Baltistan as the 5th province of the country.
India statement focused on the situation of minorities in the country, terming the country as “killing field for minorities” especially when “fate of religious and ethnic minorities is well known when beheading is the only option in Pakistan in exchange for the freedom of religion.”
Pawan said, Pakistan has “institutionalized enforced disappearance” and has become “minefield for journalists and human rights defenders”.
Source: Wio News